About the courseOur MA program trains inquisitive minds for the 21st century. The department’s mission is both to prepare historians for careers in teaching and research and produce graduates who share its commitment to serving the broader community. As a department of world history with a strong interdisciplinary bent, we offer courses in a broad range of temporal and thematic fields, including law and society, gender and sexuality, public history and memory, genocide and human rights, and transnationalism and empire. Our acclaimed faculty members are engaged in interdisciplinary research projects and encourage student participation in research projects at the local, national, and international levels.Benefit from our long-standing affiliation with internationally renowned research institutes dedicated to the study of public history. The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling, the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, and the Curating and Public Scholarship Lab provide a wealth of resources for you to develop expertise as oral historian and multimedia storyteller, to communicate research findings in imaginative and unconventional ways, and to gain experience in policy making and public advocacy.
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AboutLakehead University, a vibrant and forward-thinking institution in Ontario, Canada, provides a transformative education that celebrates all of its students as valued leaders of the future. It is known worldwide for providing an exceptional learner-centered experience.
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Lakehead Universitys original campus is located in the City of Thunder Bay. Lakehead University is situated in the heart of the city and is located minutes away from all the amenities and services you need. Fields and green space surround our campus and all buildings are conveniently located together in one location creating a true campus feel. Many of the Universitys buildings are grouped around Lake Tamblyn and our residence complexes hug the banks of the McIntyre River. Underground tunnels connect many of the main, centralized buildings on campus, allowing for easy access between classes and facilities. Paved trails surround the campus making it the perfect place to take advantage of taking in the beauty of the area whether you are walking, jogging, rollerblading, bicycling, or, in the winter, cross-country skiing!